New identity devised for regeneration project in Middlesbrough

Middlesbrough
The £200 million regeneration of Middlesbrough’s Middlehaven Docks by sustainable-community developer BioRegional Quintain will be known as RiversideOne. It will have a striking landscape of contemporary architecture for living, work and leisure. Designed by award-winning architect Will Alsop, it will include waterfront homes, offices and leisure facilities at what will be the largest zero-carbon development in the UK. BioRegional Quintain has been working closely with development and regeneration company Tees Valley Regeneration since being appointed to develop Middlehaven Docks. Among the first homes to go on sales will be 80 apartments in eight storeys of the CIAC building, with a mix of studios, one and 2-bedroom apartments and luxury homes on its top floor.



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